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You will need the below items and a few clamps. I cut 1" off of the 4" diameter Hump Hose and then joined all of the with 4" aluminum tubing inside of the joints. This way when assembled you dont see anything except the rubber tubing.

http://store.airflo.com/rubber-hoses---clamps.html

(1) K&N E0773
(1) Rubber Hump Hose 4"
(1) Rubber Intake Elbow Short Radius 90 Degree 4"
(2) Rubber Intake Elbow 45 Degree 4"
(1) Reducing Hose Insert 4" to 3.75"
(1) Reducing Hose Insert 4" to 3.5"
(1) 12" section of 4" Diameter Aluminum Tubing

**You will need to cut the aluminum into (3) 4" long sections.





 

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thats beautiful. good work.
 

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OMFG JOE you F'n ROCK!! Thanks for the info..A++++:coolthumb:
 
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Hey Joe

Got all the parts and Mark is getting it together now. Efans should be done by Wednesday, so hopefully we will get it on by this weekend. We'll post some pics when we can.

Penny and Mark
 

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joe thank you for posting all your secrets haha. finished my adm efan install like 1 hour ago and now i will order your intake. hate to copy it but it looks sick and im lazy. thanks again joe, larry
 

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I am just glad to help everyone out! The best part is that you get to make it yourself. If you need any help getting it together then give me a call.
 

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I don't want to waste anyone's time with stupid questions, but are you using the stock MAF? Is that what the reducers are for?
 

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Shouldnt have to reduce to get to stock MAF size. Same as Throttle Body
The MAF is 80mm while the ThrottleBody is 90mm.

I don't want to waste anyone's time with stupid questions, but are you using the stock MAF? Is that what the reducers are for?
The reducers are used to mate the different size ends on the stock MAF to the 4" ID tubing.
 

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Well I got my parts yesterday and just finished putting it on tonight in preparation for the Keystone Ram Air hood I got today. I made some slight changes to mine, but nothing major. I didn't like the way the hump hose was loose on the 90 degree tubing so I used a clamp on it. Other than that the only thing I did was keep the MAF sensor located inside the K&N heat shield which only required me to use one of the reducers. I think it turned out well! Here's a few pics (once again please excuse the filthy engine bay!):





Thanks Joe for sharing this with all of us! It does look alot better than before IMO.
 

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Once you get it all exactly the way you like it then you can pull it apart and glue it all together. I used an industrial strength super glue and then sealed all the joints with black rtv to make sure it didnt leak.
 
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